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The centre speaking is cracking I have changed the cable and swoped the speaker and it's still the same

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It is also a good idea to do a 5.1 surround test - some DVDs have this as a bonus setup feature, but you can do this with a normal audio source, such as from a DVD or a TV program. You should hear a sound from each of the speakers, and if the unit has a volume control or each speaker does, make sure these are set to a relatively equal audible level.

If after trying the above, you still get no sound from the centre speaker, it is possible either the speaker itself or the unit has a fault. If it is the former, consider replacing the speaker. If it is the latter, this could be expensive in terms of parts and labour - as service technicians charge an arm and a leg for repairs to the amplifier circuit in these units.

In any event, try the basic, simple steps above before considering any further action. It could just be a faulty speaker, a bad connection, an incorrect connection, or a mode/function setting is wrong, causing the speaker to be OFF.

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